‘divine intervention’

in relation to your desire “to say something about all this violence in a way in which you can transform pain…” check what Elia Suleiman, Palestinian writer/director says about the transformative power of cinema (link below). if you get a chance, see his film ‘Divine Intervention’

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  1. Florence Ayisi posted the following on February 13, 2010 at 23:05.

    That’s one of the beauties of cinema – it allows us, variously to fill the gap between what we think we know, and the world beyond us that we should Discover – and even when we do this, we realise how little we know. And most often, the desire to look beyond ourselves continues.

  2. Adriana Berrio posted the following on February 15, 2010 at 01:07.

    thanks!! yesterday I left a comment but I didn’t appear!!! I am going to watch it all the way… thanks a lot Breda!